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CYCLING-TOUR/
RTX1KJQV 
July 16, 2015 
A spectator takes shelter from heavy rain and hail as he wait sfor the arrival of the 195-km (121.16... 
Plateau De Beille, France 
A spectator takes shelter from heavy rain and hail as he waits for the arrival of the 12th stage of the... 
A spectator takes shelter from heavy rain and hail as he wait sfor the arrival of the 195-km (121.16 miles) 12th stage of the 102nd Tour de France cycling race from Lannemezan to Plateau De Beille, France, July 16, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
CYCLING-TOUR/
RTX1KJQP 
July 16, 2015 
A spectator takes shelter from heavy rain and hail as he wait sfor the arrival of the 195-km (121.16... 
Plateau De Beille, France 
A spectator takes shelter from heavy rain and hail as he waits for the arrival of the 12th stage of the... 
A spectator takes shelter from heavy rain and hail as he wait sfor the arrival of the 195-km (121.16 miles) 12th stage of the 102nd Tour de France cycling race from Lannemezan to Plateau De Beille, France, July 16, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTXV227 
November 25, 2010 
Kazakhstan's Alexandr Gaidukov (R) fights for the ball with China's Wang Yang during their men's water... 
Guangzhou, China 
Kazakhstan's Gaidukov fight sfor the ball with China's Wang in Guangzhou 
Kazakhstan's Alexandr Gaidukov (R) fights for the ball with China's Wang Yang during their men's water polo gold medal match at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, November 25, 2010. Kazakhstan won the gold medal. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT WATER POLO) 
SOCCER-TURKEY
RTR2GS38 
July 27, 2010 
Spanish player Guti poses for the media after signing a contract with Turkish soccer club Besiktas at... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Spanish player Guti sfor the media after signing a contract with Turkish soccer club Besiktas at Inonu... 
Spanish player Guti poses for the media after signing a contract with Turkish soccer club Besiktas at Inonu stadium in Istanbul July 27, 2010. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
BASEBALL/
RTXDFC1 
March 30, 2009 
Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann (L) scrambles for a wild pitch in front of the Boston Red Sox' Che-Hsuan... 
Tampa, UNITED STATES 
Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann scramble sfor a wild pitch in front of the Boston Red Sox' Che-Hsuan... 
Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann (L) scrambles for a wild pitch in front of the Boston Red Sox' Che-Hsuan Lin during their MLB spring training game in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, March 30, 2009. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES SPORT BASEBALL) 
SOCCER-QATAR/
RTXBPDC 
February 16, 2009 
Al-Kuraitiyat's Joseph-Desire Job (C) of Cameroon fights for the ball with Umm Salal's players Ibrahima... 
Doha, Qatar 
Al-Kuraitiyat's Job of Cameroon fight sfor the ball with Umm Salal's players Nadye and Ahnash during... 
Al-Kuraitiyat's Joseph-Desire Job (C) of Cameroon fights for the ball with Umm Salal's players Ibrahima Nadye (R) and Jawad Ahnash during the Qatar Stars League soccer match in Doha February 16, 2009. REUTERS/Fadi Al-Assaad (QATAR) 
SOCCER-EURO/
RTX7IC0 
June 30, 2008 
A soccer fan celebrates Spain's victory in the Euro 2008 soccer tournament as she wait sfor the arrival... 
Madrid, Spain 
A soccer fan celebrates Spain's victory in Euro 2008, in central Madrid 
A soccer fan celebrates Spain's victory in the Euro 2008 soccer tournament as she wait sfor the arrival of the national team in central Madrid June 30, 2008. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN) 
GERMANY
RTR5VGK 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) watches soldiers of the German Bundeswehr wearing new anti-riot... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck visits the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo.... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) watches soldiers of the German Bundeswehr wearing new anti-riot gear during his visit to the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/MAD 
GERMANY
RTR5T0W 
March 22, 2005 
A soldier of the German Bundeswehr guards the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo... 
Prizren, Germany 
A soldier of the German Bundeswehr guards the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo.... 
A soldier of the German Bundeswehr guards the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW 
AKW
RTR5T0O 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monestary near the town of ... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo. German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses the media during his visit to the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck is on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
GERMANY
RTR5T0F 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) talks to a soldier of the German Bundeswehr wearing new anti-riot... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck visits the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo.... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) talks to a soldier of the German Bundeswehr wearing new anti-riot gear during his visit to the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW 
GERMANY
RTR5T03 
March 22, 2005 
An an officer of the German Bundeswehr talks to German Defence Minister Peter Struck (C) during his visit... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck visits the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo.... 
An an officer of the German Bundeswehr talks to German Defence Minister Peter Struck (C) during his visit to the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW 
GERMANY
RTR5SZR 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck receives explanations from an an officer of the German Bundeswehr... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck visits the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo.... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck receives explanations from an an officer of the German Bundeswehr during his visit to the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW 
GERMANY
RTR5SZH 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck is protected by soldiers of the German Bundeswehr during his visit... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck visits the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo.... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck is protected by soldiers of the German Bundeswehr during his visit to the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW 
AKW
RTR5SZA 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck talks to a monk at the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck talks to a monk at the Archangel monestary near the town of ... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck talks to a monk at the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo. German Defence Minister Peter Struck talks to a monk during his visit to the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
AKW
RTR5SYX 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monestary near the town of ... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo. German Defence Minister Peter Struck stands beside a soldier of the German Bundeswehr as he addresses the media during his visit to the Archangel monestary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck was on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
GERMANY
RTR5RCK 
March 22, 2005 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monastary near the town of Prizren... 
Prizren, Germany 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monastary near the town of ... 
German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses media at the Archangel monastary near the town of Prizren in Kosovo. German Defence Minister Peter Struck addresses the media during his visit to the Archangel monastery near the town of Prizren in Kosovo March 22, 2005. Struck is on a two-day trip to visit German EUFOR and SFOR peacekeeping troops in Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
MIDEAST RICE GENERAL
RTRMLJQ 
February 07, 2005 
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice named U.S. general William Ward on February 7, 2005 to act as... 
Tel Aviv, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
File photo of US General William Ward. 
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice named U.S. general William Ward on February 7, 2005 to act as security coordinator for a budding new peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. Rice said Lieutenant-General Ward had been appointed to the sensitive post. Ward was previously commander of the NATO Stabilization Force in post-war Bosnia and had previous assignments to Egypt, Somalia, Germany and South Korea. Ward addresses troops during a ceremony in an SFOR headquarters in camp Butmir, outside Sarajevo in this October 8, 2002 file photo. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic-Files DS/CRB/HB 
GERMANY
RTXN3PN 
December 13, 2004 
Soldiers of a medical unit of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin... 
Berlin, Germany 
Soldiers of a medical unit of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin..... 
Soldiers of a medical unit of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin December 13, 2004. The soldiers returned from ISAF, KFOR and SFOR peacekeeping missions in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Kosovo. 
GERMANY
RTRI4MJ 
December 13, 2004 
Soldiers of a medical unit of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin... 
Berlin, Germany 
Soldiers of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin. 
Soldiers of a medical unit of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin December 13, 2004. The soldiers returned from ISAF, KFOR and SFOR peacekeeping missions in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/JOH 
GERMANY
RTRI4MC 
December 13, 2004 
Soldiers of a medical unit of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin... 
Berlin, Germany 
Soldiers of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin. 
Soldiers of a medical unit of the German armed forces Bundeswehr attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin December 13, 2004. The soldiers returned from ISAF, KFOR and SFOR peacekeeping missions in Afganisthan, Bosnia and Kosovo. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/JOH 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH9CB 
December 02, 2004 
Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb and Federation stand guard together during a ceremony in Sarajevo.... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb and Federation stand guard together during a ... 
Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb and Federation stand guard together during a ceremony in Sarajevo. Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb and Muslim-Croat Federation stand guard together during a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH9BL 
December 02, 2004 
EU Secretary-General Javier Solana (R) and NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (L) arrive at... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
EU's Solana and NATO's Scheffer arrive for Bosnia Peace Force handover ceremony. 
EU Secretary-General Javier Solana (R) and NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (L) arrive at a ceremony of handing over of peacekeeping duties from the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic NXD/WS 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH9B1 
December 02, 2004 
NATO's Scheffer speaks at a news conferenec as EU's Solana listens at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo. EU Secretary-General... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
NATO's Scheffer speaks at a news conferenec as EU's Solana listens at Camp Butmir in ... 
NATO's Scheffer speaks at a news conferenec as EU's Solana listens at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo. EU Secretary-General Javier Solana (R) listens as NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (L) answers a question during a news conference after a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH8VS 
December 02, 2004 
Commander of European Union Force (EUFOR) British Major General David Leakey unfolds new EUFOR flag during... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
Commander of European Union Force (EUFOR) British Major General David Leakey unfolds ... 
Commander of European Union Force (EUFOR) British Major General David Leakey unfolds new EUFOR flag during ceremony in Sarajevo. The commander of the new European Union Force (EUFOR) British Major General David Leakey (L) unfolds the new EUFOR flag during a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European force took over peacekeeping in Bosnia from NATO on Thursday for an operation seen as a test of the EU's military aspirations and credibility. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH8TK 
December 02, 2004 
Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb and Federation stand guard together during a ceremony in Sarajevo.... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb and Federation stand guard together during a ... 
Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb and Federation stand guard together during a ceremony in Sarajevo. Soldiers of two Bosnia's armies, Serb (L) and Muslim-Croat Federation (R) stand guard together during a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH8TD 
December 02, 2004 
Troops from different countries attend a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
Troops from different countries attend a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping ... 
Troops from different countries attend a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo. Troops from different countries attend a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH8T3 
December 02, 2004 
European Union's foreign and security policy chief Javier Solana speaks during a ceremony in Sarajevo.... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
European Union's foreign and security policy chief Javier Solana speaks during a ... 
European Union's foreign and security policy chief Javier Solana speaks during a ceremony in Sarajevo. European Union's foreign and security policy chief Javier Solana speaks during a ceremnoy of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH8SW 
December 02, 2004 
NATO head Jaap de Hoop Scheffer speaks during a handing over ceremony at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo. NATO... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
NATO head Jaap de Hoop Scheffer speaks during a handing over ceremony at Camp Butmir ... 
NATO head Jaap de Hoop Scheffer speaks during a handing over ceremony at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo. NATO Secratary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer speaks during a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH8RZ 
December 02, 2004 
The Stabilisation Force commander U.S. Brigadier General Steven P. Schook rolls up the SFOR flag during... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
The Stabilisation Force commander U.S. Brigadier General Steven P. Schook rolls up ... 
The Stabilisation Force commander U.S. Brigadier General Steven P. Schook rolls up the SFOR flag during a ceremnoy in Sarajevo. The Stabilisation Force commander U.S. Brigadier General Steven P. Schook rolls up the SFOR flag during a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
BOSNIA EUFOR
RTRH8RF 
December 02, 2004 
Chairman of Bosnia's presidency and NATO and Eufor commanders inspect troops during a handover ceremony... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
Chairman of Bosnia's presidency and NATO and Eufor commanders inspect troops during ... 
Chairman of Bosnia's presidency and NATO and Eufor commanders inspect troops during a handover ceremony in Sarajevo. Chairman of Bosnia's collective Presidency Borislav Paravac (front) is followed by the Stabilisation Force commander U.S. Brigadier General Steven P. Schook (L), commander of the new European Union Force (EUFOR) British Major General David Leakey (back, center), NATO head Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (2R) and EU foreign and security policy chief Javier Solana (R) as they inspect troops during a ceremony of handing over peacekeeping duties from NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) to the EU's 7,000-strong EUFOR at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo December 2, 2004. The European Union's biggest military operation began in Bosnia as the 25-nation-bloc takes over peacekeeping duties from NATO, nine years after the end of the war in the Balkan country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
BOSNIA SERB
RTRH5NE 
December 01, 2004 
British SFOR peacekeeper changes a signs on his vehicle in the base of MNTF in Ramici near the town Banja... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
British SFOR peacekeeper changes a signs on his vehicle in the base of MNTF in ... 
British SFOR peacekeeper changes a signs on his vehicle in the base of MNTF in Ramici near the town Banja Luka,. A British SFOR peacekeeper changes a signs on his vehicle in the base of MNTF (Multi National Task Force North West) in Ramici near the town Banja Luka, December 1,2004, ahead of a handover of the authority of Bosnia's peacekeeping mission to the European Union EUFOR force. The European Union hopes to end the Bosnia peacekeeping mission, which it takes over from NATO on Thursday, in three years time. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic 
BOSNIA SERB
RTRH5LK 
December 01, 2004 
Pte James Rice, a British SFOR peacekeeper removes the old signs from his vehicle in the base of the... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
BRITISH SFOR CHANGES A SIGNS IN BANJA LUKA. 
Pte James Rice, a British SFOR peacekeeper removes the old signs from his vehicle in the base of the MNTF (Multi National Task Force North West) in Ramici near Banja Luka,December 1,2004,ahead of a handover of the authority in Bosnia's peacekeeping mission to the European Union EUFOR force. The European Union hopes to end the Bosnia peacekeeping mission, which it takes over from NATO on Thursday, after three years. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/JV 
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVIA
RTXN31C 
November 30, 2004 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes emblems on his uniform in Sarajevo November... 
Sarajevo, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVIA 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes emblems on his uniform in Sarajevo No..... 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes emblems on his uniform in Sarajevo November 30, 2004 ahead of a handover of the authority in Bosnia's peacekeeping mission to the European Union EUFOR force. The European Union hopes to end the Bosnia peacekeeping mission, which it takes over from NATO on Thursday, after three years. 
BOSNIA NATO
RTR15CMF 
November 30, 2004 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes signs on his vehicle in Sarajevo. A German... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes signs on his vehicle ... 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes signs on his vehicle in Sarajevo. A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes signs on his vehicle in Sarajevo November 30, 2004 ahead of a handover of the authority in Bosnia's peacekeeping mission to the European Union EUFOR force. The European Union hopes to end the Bosnia peacekeeping mission, which it takes over from NATO on Thursday, after three years. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRH1YI 
November 30, 2004 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes emblems on his uniform in Sarajevo. A... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes emblems on his ... 
A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes emblems on his uniform in Sarajevo. A German NATO-led Stabilisation Force SFOR peacekeeper changes emblems on his uniform in Sarajevo November 30, 2004 ahead of a handover of the authority in Bosnia's peacekeeping mission to the European Union EUFOR force. The European Union hopes to end the Bosnia peacekeeping mission, which it takes over from NATO on Thursday, after three years. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRGIC9 
November 23, 2004 
Stabilisation Force (SFOR) commander Brigadier General Steven Schook (L) speaks to Major General David... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
SFOR and EUFOR commander speak during news conference in Sarajevo. 
Stabilisation Force (SFOR) commander Brigadier General Steven Schook (L) speaks to Major General David Leakey (R), the British commander of the new European Union Force (EUFOR), during a news conference in Sarajevo November 23, 2004. Schook, the U.S. commander of the outgoing NATO peace force in Bosnia on Tuesday denied the allies were embarrassed by a failure to arrest Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, the Hague war crimes tribunal's top suspects. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic NXD/SM 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRGIBM 
November 23, 2004 
Stabilisation Force (SFOR) commander Brigadier General Steven Schook (L) and Major General David Leakey... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
SFOR and EUFOR commander speak during news conference in Sarajevo. 
Stabilisation Force (SFOR) commander Brigadier General Steven Schook (L) and Major General David Leakey (R), the British commander of the new European Union Force (EUFOR), consult during a news conference in Sarajevo November 23, 2004. Schook, the U.S. commander of the outgoing NATO peace force in Bosnia on Tuesday denied the allies were embarrassed by a failure to arrest Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, the Hague war crimes tribunal's top suspects. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic NXD/SM 
BOSNIA
RTRD3P5 
October 11, 2004 
Sfor soldier guides Romanian armoured vehicle arriving by train in Banja Luka,October 11,2004. Romanian... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
Sfor soldier guides Romanian armoured vehicle arriving by train in Banja Luka. 
Sfor soldier guides Romanian armoured vehicle arriving by train in Banja Luka,October 11,2004. Romanian soldiers will deploy with the MNTF (Multi National Task Force North West) to rehearse procedures for use with so-called 'Over the Horizon Forces' in Bosnia. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/JV 
BOSNIA
RTRD3OB 
October 11, 2004 
A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on a vehicle after it's arrival in Banja Luka. A Romanian... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on a vehicle after it's arrival in ... 
A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on a vehicle after it's arrival in Banja Luka. A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on avehicle, after it's arrival in Banja Luka, October 11,2004. Romanian soldiers will deploy with the MNTF (Multi National Task Force North West) to rehearse procedures for use with so-called 'Over the Horizon Forces' in Bosnia. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic 
BOSNIA
RTRD3NT 
October 11, 2004 
A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on a vehicle after it's arrival in Banja Luka. A Romanian... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on a vehicle after it's arrival in ... 
A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on a vehicle after it's arrival in Banja Luka. A Romanian Sfor soldier places a Romanian flag on avehicle, after it's arrival in Banja Luka, October 11,2004. Romanian soldiers will deploy with the MNTF (Multi National Task Force North West) to rehearse procedures for use with so-called 'Over the Horizon Forces' in Bosnia. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic 
DS
RTRCJHX 
October 05, 2004 
The outgoing commander of the NATO-led peacekeeping force in Bosnia U.S. Air Force Major General Virgil... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
The outgoing commander of the NATO-led peacekeeping force in Bosnia U.S. Air Force ... 
The outgoing commander of the NATO-led peacekeeping force in Bosnia U.S. Air Force Major General Virgil Packett and new SFOR commander U.S. Brigadier General Steven P. Schook inspect troops in camp Butmir outside Sarajevo. The outgoing commander of the NATO-led peacekeeping force in Bosnia U.S. Air Force Major General Virgil Packett (L) and new SFOR commander U.S. Brigadier General Steven P. Schook (R) inspect troops during a ceremony in SFOR headquarters in camp Butmir outside Sarajevo October 5, 2004. General Schook replaced General Packett as the commander of the 7,000 strong multinational peacekeeping force in Bosnia. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic 
BOSNIA SERB
RTR9R8X 
September 01, 2004 
US SFOR commander Gen Virgil Packett (M) smiles during a change of command ceremony with Canadian Brigadier... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
Change of command ceremony held in Banja Luka. 
US SFOR commander Gen Virgil Packett (M) smiles during a change of command ceremony with Canadian Brigadier Gen.Stuart Beare (L) and new commander British Brigadier Mark Dodson (R) at the Castle grounds in downtown Banja Luka,September 1, 2004. Canadian Brigadier Gen.Stuart Beare handed over command of MNTF(NW) to the British Brigadier Mark Dodson with the Canadian troupes leaving Bosnia after a ten year peacekeeping mission. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/ACM 
BOSNIA SERB
RTR9R8B 
September 01, 2004 
Canadian Brigadier Gen.Beare shakes hands with British Brigadier Dodson during ceremony in Banja Luka.... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
Canadian Brigadier Gen.Beare shakes hands with British Brigadier Dodson during ... 
Canadian Brigadier Gen.Beare shakes hands with British Brigadier Dodson during ceremony in Banja Luka. Canadian Brigadier Gen.Stuart Beare (L) shakes hands with new commander British Brigadier Mark Dodson (R) and US SFOR commander Gen Virgil Packett(M) during a change of command ceremony at the Castle grounds in downtown Banja Luka,September 1, 2004. Canadian Brigadier Gen.Stuart Beare handed over command of MNTF(NW) to the British Brigadier Mark Dodson with the Canadian troupes leaving Bosnia after a ten year peacekeeping mission. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic 
BOSNIA SERB
RTR9R85 
September 01, 2004 
A Canadian Defence minister Bill Graham addresses SFOR soldiers and visitors on the change of command... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
Canadian Defence Minister Graham address ceremony in Banja Luka. 
A Canadian Defence minister Bill Graham addresses SFOR soldiers and visitors on the change of command ceremony at the Castle grounds in downtown Banja Luka, September 1, 2004. Canadian Brigadier Gen.Stuart Beare handed over command of MNTF(NW) to the British Brigadier Mark Dodson. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/ACM 
BOSNIA SERB
RTR9R7P 
September 01, 2004 
A Canadian Defence minister Bill Graham(L) sits next to Canadian Brigadier Gen.Stuart Beare (M) and US... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia 
Canadian Defence minister Graham attends change of command ceremony in Banja Luka. 
A Canadian Defence minister Bill Graham(L) sits next to Canadian Brigadier Gen.Stuart Beare (M) and US SFOR commander Gen Virgil Packett (R) during a change of command ceremony at the Castle grounds in Banja Luka, September 1, 2004. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/acm 
BOSNIA NATO
RTR6MXV 
July 15, 2004 
NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (L) talks to commander of Stabilisation Force (SFOR) mission... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
NATO'S DE HOOP SCHEFFER TALKS TO SFOR COMMANDER U.S. GENERAL PACKETT IN SARAJEVO. 
NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (L) talks to commander of Stabilisation Force (SFOR) mission in Bosnia U.S. General Virgil Packett (R) on July 15, 2004, at the Sarajevo airport. De Hoop Scheffer and European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana arrived on a one-day visit to Bosnia to officially announce the handover of NATO's nine-year-old peacekeeping mission to EU at the end of the year. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic DSS/DBP 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRK1Q2 
May 21, 2004 
German and Italian contingents of the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in Bosnia, based in camp Rajlovac... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
NATO-LED PEACEKEEPERS IN BOSNIA HOLD AUTHORITY HANDOVER CEREMONY. 
German and Italian contingents of the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in Bosnia, based in camp Rajlovac near the capital Sarajevo, hold a ceremony to mark the departure of the Italian contingent serving in the camp on May 21, 2004. There are currenlty some 7,000 peacekeepers helping to secure Bosnia's peace process following the 1992-5 war. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic MZ/CRB 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRK1PU 
May 21, 2004 
German and Italian contingents of the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in Bosnia, based in camp Rajlovac... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
NATO-LED PEACEKEEPERS IN BOSNIA HOLD AUTHORITY HANDOVER CEREMONY. 
German and Italian contingents of the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in Bosnia, based in camp Rajlovac near the capital Sarajevo, hold a ceremony to mark the departure of the Italian contingent serving in the camp on May 21, 2004. There are currenlty some 7,000 peacekeepers helping secure Bosnia's peace process after the 1992-5 war. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic MZ/CRB 
BOSNIA
RTRFKRS 
March 19, 2004 
British SFOR troops arrive at a military airfield before boarding a plane bound for Kosovo from Banja... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
BRITISH SFOR TROOPS GATHER IN BANKA LUKA BEFORE GOING TO KOSOVO. 
British SFOR troops arrive at a military airfield before boarding a plane bound for Kosovo from Banja Luka airport, March 19, 2004. A source at NATO headquarters in Brussels said up to 1,000 extra soldiers could be dispatched to Kosovo to bolster its 17,000 strong force. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/GB 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRFHZK 
March 18, 2004 
Italian Carabinieri troops, currently deployed as part of NATO led peacekeeping forces in Bosnia, board... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
ITALIAN CARABINIERI BOARD U.S. MILITARY PLANE IN SARAJEVO. 
Italian Carabinieri troops, currently deployed as part of NATO led peacekeeping forces in Bosnia, board at the Sarajevo military airport on Thursday, March 18, 2004 an U.S.A.F. military plane that will take them to Kosovo, Serbia-Montenegro. Italian troops were ordered to go to Kosovo as support to KFOR operations after Wednesday unrest in Kosovo which resulted in over a dozen casualties. REUTERS-POOL-NATO-SFOR REUTERS NXD 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRFHZC 
March 18, 2004 
Italian Carabinieri troops, currently deployed as part of NATO led peacekeeping forces in Bosnia, arrive... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
ITALIAN CARABINIERI PREPARE TO LEAVE BOSNIA FOR KOSOVO. 
Italian Carabinieri troops, currently deployed as part of NATO led peacekeeping forces in Bosnia, arrive at military airfield in Sarajevo on Thursday, March 18, 2004, before boarding U.S.A.F. military plane on their way to Kosovo, Serbia-Montenegro. Italian troops were ordered to go to Kosovo as support to KFOR operations after Wednesday unrest in Kosovo which resulted in over a dozen casualties. REUTERS/POOL-NATO-SFOR NXD 
WARCRIMES BOSNIA
RTREDW5 
March 04, 2004 
A 2002 file photo file photo shows Bosnian Serb General Bogdan Subotic. NATO peacekeepers said on March... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
FILE PHOTO OF BOSNIAN SERB GENERAL BOGDAN SUBOTIC. 
A 2002 file photo file photo shows Bosnian Serb General Bogdan Subotic. NATO peacekeepers said on March 4, 2004 they had detained Subotic, Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic's fugitive former wartime defence minister, for his alleged support of Serb war crimes suspects. Subotic, defence minister during the 1992-95 Bosnian war and now a military adviser to the Bosnian Serb presidency, was detained on Wednesday night at his home in Banja Luka, the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) said in a statement. (BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE) REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/CRB 
WARCRIMES BOSNIA
RTREDVY 
March 04, 2004 
A March 1995 file photo shows Bosnian Serb General Bogdan Subotic (front R) in Vlasic with Bosnian Serb... 
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
FILE PHOTO OF BOSNIAN SERB GENERAL BOGDAN SUBOTIC. 
A March 1995 file photo shows Bosnian Serb General Bogdan Subotic (front R) in Vlasic with Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic (L). NATO peacekeepers said on March 4, 2004 they had detained Subotic, Karadzic's fugitive former wartime defence minister, for his alleged support of Serb war crimes suspects. Subotic, defence minister during the 1992-95 Bosnian war and now a military adviser to the Bosnian Serb presidency, was detained on Wednesday night at his home in Banja Luka, the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) said in a statement. (BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE) REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic RC/CRB 
BOSNIA
RTXMG9Y 
February 27, 2004 
French SFOR officers consult maps February 27, 2004, near the village of Rotimlja, some 30 kilometers... 
Rotimlja, Bosnia 
French SFOR officers consult maps February 27, 2004, near the village of Rotimlja, some 30 kilometer..... 
French SFOR officers consult maps February 27, 2004, near the village of Rotimlja, some 30 kilometers south-east of Mostar in south Bosnia, before continuing to search for the site where the plane carrying Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski crashed yesterday. The wreckage of the plane in which Trajkovski is presumed to have died was located on Friday in a minefield in southern Bosnia, Macedonian officials and a search team official said. 
MACEDONIA PRESIDENT
RTRDRQ0 
February 27, 2004 
FRENCH SFOR SOLDIERS CONSULT MAPS DURING SEARCH FOR SITE OF MACEDONIAN PRESIDENT PLANE CRASH IN BOSNIA.... 
Rotimlja, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
FRENCH SFOR SOLDIERS CONSULT MAPS DURING SEARCH FOR SITE OF MACEDONIAN PRESIDENT ... 
FRENCH SFOR SOLDIERS CONSULT MAPS DURING SEARCH FOR SITE OF MACEDONIAN PRESIDENT PLANE CRASH IN BOSNIA. French SFOR officers consult maps February 27, 2004, near the village of Rotimlja, some 30 kilometers south-east of Mostar in south Bosnia, before continuing to search for the site where the plane carrying Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski crashed yesterday. The wreckage of the plane in which Trajkovski is presumed to have died was located on Friday in a minefield in southern Bosnia, Macedonian officials and a search team official said. 
MACEDONIA PRESIDENT
RTRDRPT 
February 27, 2004 
FRENCH SFOR SOLDIERS CONSULT MAPS DURING SEARCH FOR SITE OF MACEDONIAN PRESIDENT PLANE CRASH IN BOSNIA.... 
Rotimlja, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
FRENCH SFOR SOLDIERS CONSULT MAPS DURING SEARCH FOR SITE OF MACEDONIAN PRESIDENT ... 
FRENCH SFOR SOLDIERS CONSULT MAPS DURING SEARCH FOR SITE OF MACEDONIAN PRESIDENT PLANE CRASH IN BOSNIA. French SFOR officers consult maps February 27, 2004, near the village of Rotimlja, some 30 kilometers south-east of Mostar in south Bosnia, before continuing to search for the site where the plane carrying Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski crashed yesterday. The wreckage of the plane in which Trajkovski is presumed to have died was located on Friday in a minefield in southern Bosnia, Macedonian officials and a search team official said. 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRD42C 
February 19, 2004 
Italian paramilitary carabinieri, serving with the NATO-led peacekeeping Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in... 
Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
NATO RAIDS KARADZIC DAUGHTER'S RADIO STATION. 
Italian paramilitary carabinieri, serving with the NATO-led peacekeeping Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in Bosnia, raid February 19, 2004, a radio station in Pale belonging to the daughter of Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic, indicted for war crimes during Bosnia's 1992-5 war. SFOR said its operation at two locations in the Karadzic's former stronghold of Pale, 16 kilometers southeastern of Sarajevo, targeted helpers of war crimes fugitives. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic REUTERS DSS/FMS 
BOSNIA NATO
RTRD427 
February 19, 2004 
Italian paramilitary carabinieri, serving with the NATO-led peacekeeping Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in... 
Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
NATO RAIDS KARADZIC DAUGHTER'S RADIO STATION. 
Italian paramilitary carabinieri, serving with the NATO-led peacekeeping Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in Bosnia, raid February 19, 2004, a radio station in Pale belonging to the daughter of Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic, indicted for war crimes during Bosnia's 1992-5 war. SFOR said its operation at two locations in the Karadzic's former stronghold of Pale, 16 kilometers southeastern of Sarajevo, targeted helpers of war crimes fugitives. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic REUTERS DSS/FMs 
BOSNIA WAR CRIMES
RTRABKM 
January 15, 2004 
NATO SECRETARY GENERAL DE HOOPSCHEFFET AND SFOR COMMANDED HELP DESTROYING WEAPONS IN ZENICA. NATO Secretary... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of 
NATO SECRETARY GENERAL DE HOOPSCHEFFET AND SFOR COMMANDED HELP DESTROYING WEAPONS IN ... 
NATO SECRETARY GENERAL DE HOOPSCHEFFET AND SFOR COMMANDED HELP DESTROYING WEAPONS IN ZENICA. NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoopscheffet (C) and NATO-led Stabilistaion Force's commander U.S. Major General Virgil L. Packett (L) listen to a local worker, before destoying weapons in a metal factory in the central Bosnian town of Zenica January 15, 2004. De Hoopscheffet, on his first official visit to Bosnia, participated in destroying weapons collected by the Stabilisation Force in the post-war Bosnia. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic 
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